Wild Ocean Seafood Market

We are a family owned and operated seafood market based in Titusville with docks in Port Canaveral. We deal in Florida Seafood and specialize in Local Wild-Caught East Coast Shrimp. All of the shrimp boats we deal with are outfitted with the regulatory TEDs (Turtle Excluder Devices) which prevent the needless drowning of sea turtles and reduces up to %60 of bycatch. Once caught, our shrimp are immediately flash frozen at sea without any preservatives/chemicals so the quality of the product is maintained. We are dedicated to the idea that local agriculture is the best way to go; not only does it support local growth but it requires less resources. We process our own shrimp in our own facility at our Titusville market, so we carry a range of fully cleaned shrimp. We have a few options for prepared cold foods and are working on a full menu. We offer shrimp platters which can be prepared in a moments notice. Fish cutting is free and can be done in any way you want.

Depending on the season, we carry Brown, White, Key West Pink, Royal Red and Rock Shrimp. We also carry local fish, shellfish, Florida Key Lime Pie and Wild Caught Gator.

We ship anywhere in the Continental United States.

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Listing last updated on Dec 11, 2012

In Season: Cobia Tuna Mahi Grouper Catfish Mullet Sea Trout

Hours of Operation: Mon.-Thur.:11am-6pm Fri.-Sat.:10am-6pm Sun.:11am-4pm



Smoked Mullet
($8.00)
Smoking mullet is a delicate task and a true Floridian rite of passage. The meat becomes smoky and buttery!

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When I ordered these shrimp,I thought maybe these will taste like what I think shrimp should taste like. I am 65 years old,and love seafood,so I have eaten a lot of them in my lifetime.... [more]


They had me try a trigger fish. They warned me that the skin would cut like leather but the inside would be like butter. They were right. It was the BEST tasting fish I have ever had!... [more]


Usually I find this market to be really good. However, I purchased some shrimp and after cooking them, they were impossible to peel. The shells stuck to the meat.... [more]

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